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I got off work one morning the drive home was normal, but when I wanted to use my car later in the day it wouldn’t turn on. The lights, radio, and ac turned on so I figured it could be a blown fuse. I checked my box and the 33rd fuse was blown it is the Battery Feed: Switch Bank/Diagnostic Link. I tried putting a new 10 amp fuse and it blew upon contact. At this point my dad said it could be a wire touching grounded metal but we couldn’t find anything. We called the dealer they said they fixed it by replacing that fuse and a few others, it ran for a few days after picking it up but now it’s doing the same thing. Just wanted to hear if someone has any knowledge on this area! Thanks in advance !
 

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You may want to lift the TIPM/Fuse panel from ot's mounting and check the multitude of wires going into the bottom of the panel along with the area they route along the engine compartment there. Sure sounds like your dad is on the right track!
 
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